THE BANGLES - 1982 12" Debut Mini LP

Actress/musician Susanna Hoffs, along with Debbi Peterson, Vicki Peterson, and Annette Zilinskas (pre- Blood On The Saddle), were first known as The Bangs, and had released a single before returning to the studio to record as The Bangles for Faulty Products Records (FEP 1302), a label started by Stuart Copeland of The Police. This is their debut 12" 5-Song EP from 1982, without the yellow sticker as shown. Hear 60's garage influences mixed with the melodic guitar driven original songs: The Real World; I'm In Line; Want You; Mary Street; plus How Is the Air Up There?, originally done by The Changin' Times, and popularized by The La De Das, of New Zealand. Produced by Craig Leon (Ramones, Blondie, etc), this elusive ORIGINAL FAULTY PRODUCTS Pressing, has a cut corner, but is in overall near MINT condition! I also have an original available without a cut corner, that is in overall beautiful MINT condition!